I thought I would offer my 2007 Crossfire for sale here first at a lower price. I have loved my Crossfire and am selling it because I have just bought a SRT-6 version of this same car. The Crossfire I am selling has 74K miles, I have owned it for 4 years and bought the car with 32k miles on it. I will sell it to a SOC member for $4495.00 $3300 firm which is well below book. The car is clean inside and out and has a few paint chips on the door line that have been touched up nicely. If you are interested in buying this car PM me. The car is in the Louisville, Ky. area.

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The Crossfire is on a "Insurance write off title"  I had a run in with a parking lot landscaping rock a couple of years ago making a fist size dent in the passenger side lower door. he body shop took the door off the car to repair and couldn't get the dash airbag light to turn off once it was reinstalled. They took the car to 4 dealers and they couldn't fix the issue. The insurance company told me they had to total the car because of liability. I took the payout price that let me keep the car. There isn't a thing actually wrong with the car except the title makes for a lower resale value. I didn't know this title showed up like this until yesterday when someone did a search. I have the original Indiana title in my possession and it is a regular clear title. Hope this helps be in full disclosure.

 

550 Phil posted:

I personally think it’s foolish to pay for full coverage on a $3300 car. If you get in any accident with minimal damage the insurance company is going to total the car anyway. Just pay for liability and be done with it. So the compromised title may not be a big deal. 

Even getting liability is a problem.  Oh wise one

  

I had zero issue getting liability insurance on the car and I had to switch insurance after the buy out because Flow at Progressive cancelled all of my policy's after one claim I wish I never made .Who would place full coverage on a $3300.00 is a correct statement.The price point on this car is below that threshold. On the other hand the buyer is getting a great car in perfect running order for the price that usually only buys you a beater that may last 8 months. This car has years of service left in it and is fun to drive and looks sharp. I would continue to drive it if I hadn't bought the SRT-6.

I love the 2005 Crossfire SRT-6 I bought. The guy I bought it from is a like minded car lover and modified the car in all the ways I would have and spent close to $5k doing it.  The car came stock with 350HP with the super charger building 14psi boost. The mods on my SRT-6 include a larger crank pulley to spin the S/C faster bringing the boost up to close to 20 psi. , a Cold air intake, a modified intercooler with larger heat exchanger and isolation tank.  an ECU and TCU tune to match the mods. Larger brakes. The car is currently producing about 450 hp which I am going to know for sure when I get it on the dyno next week. Seat of the pants feels like it has the full 450hp. I have wanted one of the 3200 SRT-6 cars produced for some time now and love the car so far

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I turned the traction control off this morning and laid down two parallel black rubber strips 30 yards long before a let up on the pedal. This baby makes some serious power. Hand built AMG 3.4L Supercharged V6 with after market mods, oh what fun! I suspect with proper traction the car is capable of very low 12's high 11's in the 1/4. That is very respectable for a daily driver.

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I turned the traction control off this morning and laid down two parallel black rubber strips 30 yards long before a let up on the pedal. This baby makes some serious power. Hand built AMG 3.4L Supercharged V6 with after market mods, oh what fun! I suspect with proper traction the car is capable of very low 12's high 11's in the 1/4. That is very respectable for a daily driver.

haha love it!

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